|CHESTER CITY JUNIORS — UNDER
Chester City 10 Saughall Colts
Chester City under 16s steared
themselves to a 10-1 home win agianst Saughall Colts.
Sunday 25 January
Upton 0 Chester City 9
Upton played host to Chester
City and could not match the Blues strong second
half performance and lost out 9-0.
Saturday 10 January
St.Werburghs 1 Chester City
Chester City Blues
took the points in an evenly contested game at second
placed St.Werburghs with goals from a Leon Farr (pen)
and Mathew Cole with Simon Parry for Saints.
Saturday 10 January
Chester City 7 Saughall Colts
Saughall Colts made the short
journey to Chester City but returned empty handed
as City proved just too strong. Bill Whippe led the
way with four goals followed by Jamie Welch (1),
Phil Whittaker (1), and Billy Rogan (1). For the
visitors Lee Barnard and a very deserved Man-of-the-Match
for the Colts keeper Liam Green.
Saturday 6 December
Chester Nomads 0 Chester City
Chester Nomads failed
to stop Chester City as the Blues ran out 3-0 winners
away with a hat-trick from Bill Whippe.
Chester City Blues had a wasted Sunday as Helsby failed to show up.
Sunday 30 November
Saughall Colts 1
Chester City Blues 3
Chester City Blues put in
a great performance away at Saughall Colts with three
goal Mathew Cole doing the damage for the City in
the 3-1 victory Danny Graham for the colts and Sam
Sunday 16 November
Chester City Juniors
3 Chester City Blues 0
In the under 16s league Chester
City juniors edged the inter club game against Chester
City Blues 3-0 which keeps them on course to retain
last years championship success.
Sunday 9 November
Chester City 9 Upton
Chester City continue to set
the pace at the top with straight wins this one at
home against Upton 9-0. Bill Whippe, Man-of-the-Match
with four goals led the way, followed by Billy Rogan
(2), Chris Donaldson (1), John Sharman (1) and Phil
Saturday 18 October
Upton 2 Chester City 4
In a very good game at the
Dale Camp Chester City blues edged the game 4-2 with
Dave Hogan (2) and Mathew Cole (2) for the visitors
and Aiden Miller and Nicholas Keegan for the home
side Man-of-the-Match for Upton was Jamie Gill.
Sunday 5 October
Chester City 4 Chester Nomads
Yet to taste defeat Cliff
Carrs team disposed of Chester Nomads 4-0 with two-goal
Kyle Jones, Chris Donaldson and Sean Shannon doing
Sunday 28 September
St. Werburgh’s 2 Chester
Bill Whippe was the man again
as the oldest Blues beat St Werburgh’s away
5-2, he grabbed 4 with Gary Johnson (1) also on the
Sunday 21 September
Chester City 9 Helsby
The under 16s had no trouble
in despatching Helsby winning 9-0 with goals from
Gary Johnson (3) Bill Whippe (3) Thomas Hancock (2)
and Shaun Shannon (1).
Three of the junior teams players
were called up to Iain Jenkins youth team last
week and faced Darlington College in the F.A Youth
Cup at the Deva Stadium Alex Owen (under 14), keeper
Rhys Robbins (under 16s) and Kyle Jones under 16s
well done to them.
Pictured: Reece Robins
(under16s), Alex Owen (under 14s) and Kyle Jones
(under 16s) who were recently called up to the youth
team and played against Darlington College.
Mark Newman, co-ordinator
of CCFC Juniors
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